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carbon dating, a federal archeologist in southern utah had asked us to pick up one piece of it to bring out. so that part of the basket is missing. there are artifacts everywhere. they stand out. this arrowhead here is maybe just under half an inch long, tiny little piece made out of jasper in some canyon someplace. there are larger objects. there are cliff dwellings that you find up in the alcoves. this is out on the navajo reservation in southern utah. this is part of a structure that's about, i'd say, 300 rooms running along the back side of this canyon, a little village, small city, something. artifacts everywhere. one of the walls had fallen out, revealing the floor that had been packed in there, hundreds of years of people using the same floor just pushing down the dirt so that there are pieces of woven -- of braided string sticking out of the floor everywhere and arrowheads and broken pottery and i realized when i came up against the stack of this trash pile i put my head against it and looked along it. i could see it was covered with hair. people in that room had been combing th
this morning, flooding as far north as nevada and southern utah, will bring some snow to the higher elevations as well. that chunk of energy will come out into the plains as we go through tomorrow and meet up with that front pushing east. look for severe weather not only today but tomorrow across the central plains. that may spell isolated tornadoes and potentially some damaging wind and large hail. highs today 55. chicago 55. a chilly night tonight. and a frosty wake-up call across the twri state area of new york city tomorrow. may want to sleep in, and wait until things warm up in the afternoon. guys, back up to you. >> such great advice. thank you very much, rob. 45 minutes past the hour. new this morning, a new u.s. ambassador reporting for duty in libya. the white house recalled veteran diplomat lawrence pope to serve temporarily as a senior envoy in libya. the appointment comes a month after ambassador chris stevens died in the benghazi consulate attack. pope retired from the foreign service 12 years ago. >>> happening right now at this very moment, the space shuttle "endeavour," five st
the americas, we are seeing a low-pressure area in southern california, and going over towards utah, that's going to be bringing some of the first significant snowfall of the season. some areas here, that's going to continue to push towards the east. also seeing significant snowfall into southern ontario. we have a low-pressure area that could accumulate upwards of ant 20 centimeters of snow in some areas. western great lakes, about 10 centimeters of snow. all this cold air with this low-pressure area is going to be conflicting with some warm air from the south. severe weather is expected from oklahoma over towards tennessee. if you have any travel plans in and out of this area, you want to watch out for that. large hail, frequent lightning coming out of these storms. temperature difference, houston with a high of 32. look at chicago, much cooler north of that frontal area. 17 expected here on your thursday. now, in europe, though, expecting a cooldown this frontal area pushes over the british isles. this is going to bring some wet weather across much of the region even going into france
at your morning road conditions. snow-covered passes in the colorado and utah mountains. a wet ride from southern california to vegas and albuquerque. thunderstorms also drench highways from wichita to amarillo. slick highways in the pacific northwest. >> if you're flying, airport delays are possible in los angeles, san diego, san francisco, and vegas. >>> the retired space shuttle "endeavour" is on the move this morning. >> the aging spacecraft has begun its two-day journey from the airport to its final home at a los angeles museum. here's abc's tahman bradley. >> reporter: overnight, the space shuttle "endeavour" began its final journey. "endeavour" left the los angeles airport en route to its retirement home at the california science center. >> i'm going to watch it. i want to see it. >> reporter: it's a terribly complicated move. although "endeavour" is traveling just 12 miles, it's going to take 2 days for the 5-story, 165,000-pound shuttle to reach its destination. >> moving something the size of the shuttle with a 78-foot wingspan through the city streets is maybe not rocket scien
in southern california are about 57 cents higher than the national average. >>> a couple in utah say they let five people in their homes believe they were police officers but they were robbers. police say they weren't wearing police uniforms but flashed badges. clayton green says once they were inside they put a gun to his head and his wife's head. they kept asking for a code to a safe but they didn't have one because it was empty. police are look for those robbers. >>> three peep in texas were -- people in tes were hurt what school bus for special needs students plunged over. one of those injured a 7-year- old child. people in the area helped the victims and they were taken to the hospital where they remain in stable condition this morning. >>> one year since the death of steve jobs who died october 5th last year from pancreatic cancer. prior to his death he resigned as ceo in august passing on the responsibilities to the current ceo and that's tim cook. >>> american airlines will likely cancel more flights so mechanics can fix floor mounts in some of the 757s. this is to prevent seats from
terrain utah and colorado ski country we are look at some snowfall. showers an threat of severe storms across the southern plains. we've got an active friday setting up. a few showers across parts of the northeast. not necessarily in new york city and boston. you're looking dry. temps in the 50s, 56 at chicago. pretty warm still across the southern tier. saturday big day of weather from the upper midwest all the way down into texas. we have a threat of severe thunderstorms. big area in red here. dr. greg forbes has issued his torcon numbers. that means we may see some isolated tornadoes here, damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain, beneficial rain for some states. keep it tuned in we'll be tracking a big day of weather on saturday. want to make sure everybody stays safe in the wake of this dangerous storm. we've got 70s ahead of the storm on saturday. by sunday this moves to the east. may see more severe weather from the ohio valley down across the plains although it doesn't look to be as intense on sunday. by monday next work week we start out with some wet weather moving into the eas
rain in southern missouri, and numerous showers from arizona to utah. and a new system coming into the northwest. so we've had a very inactive october, and now all of a sudden things are getting a little more active. it's going to be a very cold day in new england. be prepared tonight a hard freeze through all of new england. the growing season will end. tomorrow morning will be in the 20s in many areas. keep that in mind. today a lot of the major airports are just fine. tomorrow is the day of danger. we're going to have a very strong storm system in the middle of the country, almost like a springlike scenario with numerous severe lines of thunderstorms. and the possibility of even tornadoes, specifically if you live in iowa, illinois, missouri, areas of eastern kansas, oklahoma and down through dallas. you'll have a chance of seeing those strong thunderstorms and even the possibility of a few tornadoes. then by the time sunday arrives, those storms are in the ohio valley and tennessee valley. everyone on the east coast, by the way, your weekend does look dry. but you will hav
pore over it. with that, we recognize lieutenant-colonel would. >> thank you. i am a member of the utah national guard with 24 years of service as a special forces soldier. i was mobilized for the winter olympics 2002, afghanistan from september 2003 to may 2004. for counterterrorism work in southern philippines from august 2007 to may 2008. i currently work for the u.s. bureau of reclamation as an upper colorado regional security officer. i am responsible to reclamation for security program that oversees 58-significant hazard dams and five western states, one of which is a national, critical infrastructure facility. upon hearing of the death of a ambassador stevens, and later the congressional inquiry, i identified myself to the staff as a person with intimate knowledge of the sicker the situation prior to the attack. i was subsequently contacted and began a dialogue with staff investigators. i made a personal decision to come forth with information and do not represent dod or any government agency. i do need access and placement to meet government leaders and agencies while working in
to work on. utah. >> reporter: they're going to only carry every county in oklahoma is what you're saying. >> exactly. >> the president had a great -- >> but southern ohio would be the one place where it would matter. i'm sorry. >> the president had a great ground game four years ago. i think there's enough reasons when people are really making a decision to keep him in office, and another added perception thing which had bush re-elected is that he is perceived in some cases believed to be extremely strong on foreign policy. which would make the difference possibly. >> we'll see. >> chuck todd, thank you very much. we'll see you on "the daily rundown." david, who do you have this sunday? >> governor kasich of ohio, walker of wisconsin and hickenlooper of colorado so we've got them all covered. >>> coming up from "the washington post," eugene robinson, also conservative columnist ed morrissey joins the conversation. we'll be right back. >> you can't even say the word "conservative." >> i can do it. mike rowe here at a ford tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event? your ford dealer. who
. >> thank you. i am a member of the utah national guard with 24 years of service as a special forces soldier. i was mobilized for the winter olympics 2002, afghanistan from september 2003 to may 2004. for counterterrorism work in southern philippines from august 2007 to may 2008. i currently work for the u.s. bureau of reclamation as an upper colorado regional security officer. i am responsible to reclamation for security program that oversees 58-significant hazard dams in five western states, one of which is a national, critical infrastructure facility. upon hearing of the death of ambassador stevens, and later the congressional inquiry, i identified myself to the staff as a person with intimate knowledge of the security situation prior to the attack. i was subsequently contacted and began a dialogue with staff investigators. i made a personal decision to come forth with information and do not represent dod or any government agency. i had unique access and placement to many government leaders and agencies while working in libya. i feel duty-bound to come forward in order to inform and provi
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